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Neresh Pather has been inaugurated as President of Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA). Pather will hold this position for the next two years, succeeding Lynne Pretorius. Sugen Pillay, Managing Director of Zitholele Consulting was elected to serve as Deputy President of CESA for the same period.

Neresh Pather CESA PresidentPather, a Statutory Director of Mott MacDonald Africa, currently heads up the Transportation Sector in their Africa Business Unit. He holds a BSc. Engineering (Civil) degree and a MSc. Engineering degree in Transportation and as such has led many transport and strategic infrastructure projects within the company.

He has more than 24 years’ experience in the industry. Prior to joining Mott MacDonald, Pather was the CEO of PD Naidoo & Associates Consulting Engineers for 12 years. He joined the company in 1997 and held a number of positions in the capacity of Director before becoming the CEO.

Incoming Deputy President, Sugen Pillay, graduated from the University of Natal with a BSc. Hons in Civil Engineering, sponsored through a bursary scheme offered by a CESA member firm. He has since completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Civil Engineering and an MBA (cum laude). Pillay is registered as a professional engineer, with twenty years’ experience.

“I am truly humbled by the privilege bestowed on me to lead our industry and I hope that CESA will be able to renew and reinvent itself to increase our relevance to our clients and especially to our young professionals who will ultimately take over the leadership of the industry. Our work on the Transformation of the Industry will definitely continue as we seek to broaden this in the years ahead, to ensure that CESA becomes more inclusive, relevant and able to put the industry at the forefront through effective ethical leadership,” Pather says.

“CESA has been on a trajectory to answer some of the challenges our industry currently faces and Lynne Pretorius has led us ably from the front. I would like to thank her for her contribution to CESA, for her commitment, sacrifice and hard work in dealing with some hard-hitting issues.”

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